The son of the founder of the famous British sportscar marque died just short of his 84th birthday following a brief illness.
Morgan worked alongside his father, HFS, from an early age and was involved in the development of the firm for more than half a century. He took over the management of it in 1959, and only handed the reigns over to his son Charles in ’99. During those 40 years, he was renowned for running the company with passion and kindness.
His enthusiasm remained undimmed and he visited the Malvern factory on a daily basis until just before his death.